The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Kitchen United shuts down its Kroger food halls

The unexpected move comes about a year after Kroger was part of a $100 million investment round in the ghost kitchen operator, which said it is shifting its focus to software.


Presto lays off 17% of staff as revenue falls

But in a vote of confidence, existing investor Remus Capital pumped $7 million into the voicebot supplier.

Qu’s cloud-based system is designed to untangle the tech stack for limited-service chains. Meyer believes it could become a “big player.”

Tech Check: Robots are cool, but the hottest tech in restaurants is almost a decade old.

Atmosfy and Recs encourage personalized recommendations rather than anonymous star ratings in a direct challenge to review sites like Yelp.

Curbside pickup has become a favorite choice of busy off-premise customers. They like the convenience of being able to order in advance, then simply drive up, get their order and go. It’s fast, and it...

Tech Check: The chain has been a digital juggernaut for years. It apparently believes it can do better with a homegrown system.

The news sent Olo’s stock plummeting early Tuesday, though executives said it will have little impact on the business.

These investments may not be flashy, but chains say they're getting the job done.

The company said drivers tend to reject orders that don’t include tips, so it’s testing out a reminder for customers.

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